Converting a Nissan Skyline R32 into a Camaro may be considered quite strange to say the least, turning a Chevrolet Camaro into a tiny solar-powered home on wheels is just downright practical. Arslan of Solar Camper Car did just that and it took over 2-years of living in cars exclusively to gain all the knowledge necessary for the build.
Mike, a digital nomad and musician, transformed a 1983 international school bus into a cabin-like home on wheels. All of his music equipment, including a surround sound system, modified keyboard and monitor is powered by an 1100 watt solar power system mounted on the roof of the vehicle.
There’s the BSTN GT XI lawnmower, and then the MANSORY F9XX Tempesta Celeste, based on the Ferrari SF90 Spider. It’s limited to 3-units worldwide, with each vehicle being a ‘one of one’, depending on how the customer decides to configure things. Starting with the exterior, it features several forged carbon body parts including enlarged air intakes in the front apron, a full-carbon bonnet, a rear double diffuser and a two-level split spoiler.
You won’t need this NERF Gjallarhorn Rocket Launcher from Destiny 2 to use this self-firing NERF dart, just some ingenuity. There are several ways to build your own self-firing NERF dart, but the methods that Joel Hartlaub of Joel Creates tried include spring-loaded mechanisms, compressed air, gasoline and even a spark lighter.
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Life hacker Mac Pierce created the ‘Camera-Shy Hoodie’, a wearable adversarial garment that uses high-power infrared LEDs to blind surveillance cameras. These lights are embedded in the hoodie itself and utilize the. same wavelength of infrared commonly used by security cameras in night vision mode.
Roblox is probably the last place you’d expect to find a Call of Duty clone, and that is exactly why Frontlines has been so successful. There’s not much information about the developer other than it is by a user named ‘MAXIMILLIAN’, but this game was actually in development since 2020 and just recently got a complete graphics overhaul.
John Dodd’s ‘The Beast’ is not sleek or stylish, but this custom 1972 vehicle is the world’s first and only to be powered by a 27L Rolls-Royce Merlin V12 tank engine that generates 750 hp, mated to a custom-built automatic transmission. Inside, there are two bucket seats, a center console with several gauges, a shifter for the automatic transmission and red rocker switches that initiate the starting sequence for the Merlin engine.
Finally, the 800hp Honda CR-V Hybrid Racer has been revealed, and it’s just as crazy as teased. Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 2.2L electrified Honda V6 INDYCAR power unit and transmission under 2023 Honda CR-V Hybrid chassis, all running on Shell’s 100% renewable race fuel, complete with Skeleton Supercapacitors as well as Empel MGU hybrid motor technology.
Sultim Tsyrendashiev’s Half-Life 1 Ray-Traced mod has been released, and it integrates real-time path-tracing into the original game. Thanks to hardware accelerated ray tracing, the mod is capable of calculating global illumination, reflections, refractions, soft shadows, and other visual effects with interactive frame rates.
Programmer James Brown has developed several versions of his custom LEGO brick that can play DOOM, and the latest one includes tilt controls. Put simply, he connected an accelerometer to make DOOM playable entirely on the brick without needing an external keyboard, mouse, controller, etc. Why does the image look so strange? The reason is because you’re looking at a monochrome OLED screen with a single bit brightness level.